September 19, 2000
The French Alcatel Group has recently begun to expand the cellular telephone network along the coastal districts of Tunisia, while the Swedish Ericsson company has done the same in the country’s inter
Investors may be fleeing Africa as political and economic crises tear countries apart, but Tunisia is stealing a commanding lead among the emerging markets of the continent.
September 18, 2000
The trade deficit in Tunisia rose 12.4 percent in the seven months to July 31st compared with the same period last year, reaching Tunisian dinar 2,096.2 million ($1=TD1.2455).
September 15, 2000
Racism, intolerance and immigration were recurrent themes at this year's Venice Film Festival. But perhaps nowhere were they more poignantly explored
September 13, 2000
Turkish consumer advocates are criticizing the latest regulations on cellular base stations as insufficient, saying they remain a public health threat
September 9, 2000
Tunis will host the Afro-Arab parliamentary conference next Tuesday with the participation of more than 50 legislators.
September 8, 2000
Tunisian journalist Taoufik Ben Brick, who staged a six-week hunger strike in protest at the human rights record of his country's government, has arri
September 7, 2000
The board of directors of the Tunisian company for telecommunication enterprises, Sotetel, has recently decided to double the company’s capital from 4.2 million Tunisian dinars (TD) to TD 8.4 million.
Buoyant banking activity in the second half of the week propelled the trend, which appeared quite bearish until Wednesday amid continuous concerns over the leading blue chips.
September 6, 2000
Internet use in Tunisia has certainly been on the rise in the past few years, beginning in 1996 with only 111 subscribers and growing to 100,000 this year. However these figures are considered relativ
September 5, 2000
BG International to invest additional US$450 million in Tunisia Here is a press release , that was issued by BG, concerning its Tunisian business:
September 3, 2000
Tunisian power demand is growing rapidly, at an estimated percent annually. Recent census figures indicate that around 94.6 percent of Tunisian homes had access to electricity in 1999.
Tunisia produces modest volumes of oil and gas, but these may increase in the future with adequate investment. Information contained in this report is the best available as of June 2000 and is subje
August 29, 2000
SOTUVER, the producer of hollow glass, which is 51 percent, owned by Chahed group, announces stronger income for the first half of this year.
The sentiment was heavily shacked since Tuesday amid concerns over SOTETEL and SFBT turndown.